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Wedding planning checklist: cake, rings, flowers … tax forms?

The summer wedding season is fast approaching. Wedding planning is often overwhelming but figuring out how marriage will affect a couple’s tax situation doesn’t have to be. Here are a few things couples should think about as they prepare for the big day. Name and address changes People who change their name after marriage should report it to the Social [...]

2022-05-18T13:26:26-05:00May 23, 2022|

With Us, You’re Protected

Did you know: We are an active member of Protection Plus, providing up to $1M tax audit defense, experienced professionals, identity & theft restoration, interpretation & guidance, and a tax prep guarantee. Let us help you with your taxes, contact us today.

2022-05-09T13:41:12-05:00May 16, 2022|

Refund: Fact vs. Myth

Federal Tax Refund MYTH: Getting a refund this year means there’s no need to adjust withholding for 2022. FACT: Taxpayers should make changes now to prepare for next year. One way to do this is to adjust their tax withholding with their employer. Use the Tax Withholding Estimator tool to help determine if their employer is withholding the right amount. [...]

2022-05-09T13:29:34-05:00May 9, 2022|

Gov. Ricketts Signs Historic Tax Relief into Law

  Gov. Ricketts Signs Historic Tax Relief into Law LINCOLN – On April 13, 2022, Governor Pete Ricketts hosted a bill signing for LB 873 in the State Capitol Rotunda, according to https://governor.nebraska.gov/press/gov-ricketts-signs-historic-tax-relief-law.  LB 873 delivers record amounts of tax relief to Nebraskans by cutting income taxes and reducing property tax burdens, added the article. Want to maximize your tax [...]

2022-04-13T12:44:43-05:00April 14, 2022|

IRS Issues Virtual Currency Transactions Reminder

IRS Issues Virtual Currency Transactions Reminder The Internal Revenue Service is cautioning taxpayers with virtual currency not to skip over a small, but vitally important, part of their Form 1040 this year. As the saying goes, the devil’s in the details. The pitfall comes in the form of a simple check box at the top of each Form 1040, Form [...]

2022-04-13T12:35:09-05:00April 13, 2022|

Why Refunds May Take Longer Than 21 Days

Why Refunds may take longer than 21 days The IRS issues most refunds in fewer than 21 days for taxpayers who file electronically and choose direct deposit. However, some returns have errors or need more review and may take longer to process. Taxpayers shouldn’t rely on getting a refund by a certain date. Things that can delay a refund: The [...]

2022-04-07T11:52:28-05:00April 8, 2022|

IRS Reminds Retirees About IRA RMDs

IRS Reminds Retirees About IRA RMDs The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers who turned 72 after June 30, 2021, and received their first required distribution (for 2021) in 2022 on or before April 1, must receive their second RMD (for 2022) by Dec. 31, 2022. Even though the first distribution is actually the required 2021 distribution, it’s taxable in 2022 [...]

2022-04-06T14:32:39-05:00April 6, 2022|

March 15 Deadline – Partnerships and S Corps

The deadline for filing calendar-year partnership and S corporation returns is March 15, 2022. These returns must be filed (e-filed or postmarked) by midnight (local time) on March 15, 2022. Fiscal-year returns will be due the 15th day of the 3rd month following the year-end. Both partnership and S corporation returns are allowed a six-month extension. Payment must accompany the return [...]

2022-03-08T12:45:25-06:00March 8, 2022|

2021 Recovery Rebate Credit

Individuals who did not qualify for, or did not receive, the full amount of the third Economic Impact Payment may be eligible to claim the 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit based on their 2021 tax year information. Individuals may have received their third Economic Impact Payment through initial and "plus-up" payments in 2021. Note: Third Economic Impact Payments are different than [...]

2022-02-16T13:18:49-06:00February 28, 2022|
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